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    1. Yang, YM; Hatch, WC; Liu, ZY; Du, B; Groopman, JE
      beta-chemokine induction of activation protein-1 and cyclic AMP responsiveelement activation in human myeloid cells

      CELL GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    2. Meissner, W; Rothfels, H; Schafer, B; Seifart, KH
      Development of an inducible pol III transcription system essentially requiring a mutated form of the TATA-binding protein

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    3. Martin, MP; Gerlach, VL; Brow, DA
      A novel upstream RNA polymerase III promoter element becomes essential when the chromatin structure of the yeast U6 RNA gene is altered

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Cheng, YW; Visomirski-Robic, LM; Gott, JM
      Non-templated addition of nucleotides to the 3 ' end of nascent RNA duringRNA editing in Physarum

      EMBO JOURNAL
    5. Donze, D; Kamakaka, RT
      RNA polymerase III and RNA polymerase II promoter complexes are heterochromatin barriers in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      EMBO JOURNAL
    6. Hallenberg, C; Frederiksen, S
      Effect of mutations in the upstream promoter on the transcription of human5S rRNA genes

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    7. Klumpp, K; Hooker, L; Handa, B
      Influenza virus endoribonuclease

      RIBONUCLEASES, PT B
    8. Studitsky, VM
      Transcription through chromatin

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Moraleda, G; Taylor, J
      Host RNA polymerase requirements for transcription of the human hepatitis delta virus genome

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Chong, SS; Hu, P; Hernandez, N
      Reconstitution of transcription from the human U6 small nuclear RNA promoter with eight recombinant polypeptides and a partially purified RNA polymerase III complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Tedin, K; Norel, F
      Comparison of Delta relA strains of Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium suggests a role for ppGpp in attenuation regulation of branched-chain amino acid biosynthesis

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    12. Liu, SG; Guo, R; Quarles, LD
      Cloning and characterization of the proximal murine Phex promoter

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    13. Kroft, TL; Jethanandani, P; McLean, DJ; Goldberg, E
      Methylation of CpG dinucleotides alters binding and silences testis-specific transcription directed by the mouse lactate dehydrogenase C promoter

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    14. Komarnitsky, P; Cho, EJ; Buratowski, S
      Different phosphorylated forms of RNA polymerase II and associated mRNA processing factors during transcription

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    15. Zhao, JY; Kennedy, BK; Lawrence, BD; Barbie, DA; Matera, AG; Fletcher, JA; Harlow, E
      NPAT links cyclin E-Cdk2 to the regulation of replication-dependent histone gene transcription

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    16. Rollini, P; Fournier, REK
      Differential regulation of gene activity and chromatin structure within the human serpin gene cluster at 14q32.1 in macrophage microcell hybrids

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    17. Lerbs-Mache, S
      Regulation of rDNA transcription in plastids of higher plants

      BIOCHIMIE
    18. Kawazoe, R; Hwang, SB; Herrin, DL
      Requirement for cytoplasmic protein synthesis during circadian peaks of transcription of chloroplast-encoded genes in Chlamydomonas

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Murray, V
      A survey of the sequence-specific interaction of damaging agents with DNA:Emphasis on antitumor agents

      PROGRESS IN NUCLEIC ACID RESEARCH AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, VOL 63
    20. Tokatlidis, K
      Directing proteins to mitochondria by fusion to mitochondrial targeting signals

      APPLICATIONS OF CHIMERIC GENES AND HYBRID PROTEINS PT B
    21. Klumpp, K; Doan, L; Roberts, NA; Handa, B
      RNA and DNA hydrolysis are catalyzed by the influenza virus endonuclease

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Robyr, D; Gegonne, A; Wolffe, AP; Wahli, W
      Determinants of vitellogenin B1 promoter architecture - HNF3 and estrogen responsive transcription within chromatin

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Abril, AM; Salas, M; Hermoso, JM
      Identification of residues within two regions involved in self-associationof viral histone-like protein p6 from phage O29

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Camacho, A; Salas, M
      Pleiotropic effect of protein P6 on the viral cycle of bacteriophage phi 29

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    25. Jones, E; Kimura, H; Vigneron, M; Wang, ZX; Roeder, RG; Cook, PR
      Isolation and characterization of monoclonal antibodies directed against subunits of human RNA polymerases I, II, and III

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    26. Kapoor, S; Sugiura, M
      Identificiation of two essential sequence elements in the nonconsensus type II PatpB-290 plastid promoter by using plastid transcription extracts from cultured tobacco BY-2 cells

      PLANT CELL
    27. Kircher, S; Kozma-Bognar, L; Kim, L; Adam, E; Harter, K; Schafer, E; Nagy, F
      Light quality-dependent nuclear import of the plant photoreceptors phytochrome A and B

      PLANT CELL
    28. Wu, NH; Fan, TS; Ren, DL
      Mutational effect of the ''-35" element of sorghum psbA gene promoter

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    29. Elias-Arnanz, M; Salas, M
      Functional interactions between a phage histone-like protein and a transcriptional factor in regulation of phi 29 early-late transcriptional switch

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    30. Rollini, P; Fournier, REK
      Long-range chromatin reorganization of the human serpin gene cluster at 14q32.1 accompanies gene activation and extinction in microcell hybrids

      GENOMICS
    31. Muller, J; Benecke, BJ
      Analysis of transcription factors binding to the human 7SL RNA gene promoter

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    32. Cintron, I; Capo, L; Plazaola, A; Arroyo, G; Candelas, GC
      A spider tRNA(Ala) requires a far upstream sequence element for expression

      GENE
    33. Kuhlman, TC; Cho, H; Reinberg, D; Hernandez, N
      The general transcription factors IIA, IIB, IIF, and IIE are required for RNA polymerase II transcription from the human U1 small nuclear RNA promoter

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    34. Tang, CM; Westling, J; Seto, E
      trans repression of the human metallothionein IIA gene promoter by PZ120, a novel 120-kilodalton zinc finger protein

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    35. Hittelman, AB; Burakov, D; Iniguez-Lluhi, JA; Freedman, LP; Garabedian, MJ
      Differential regulation of glucocorticoid receptor transcriptional activation via AF-1-associated proteins

      EMBO JOURNAL
    36. Gough, KC; Cockburn, W; Whitelam, GC
      Selection of phage-display peptides that bind to cucumber mosaic virus coat protein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGICAL METHODS
    37. Lenard, J
      Host cell protein kinases in nonsegmented negative-strand virus (mononegavirales) infection

      PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    38. Yie, JM; Senger, K; Thanos, D
      Mechanism by which the IFN-beta enhanceosome activates transcription

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    39. Rollini, P; Fournier, REK
      The HNF-4/HNF-1 alpha transactivation cascade regulates gene activity and chromatin structure of the human serine protease inhibitor gene cluster at 14q32.1

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    40. Wallace, AM; Dass, B; Ravnik, SE; Tonk, V; Jenkins, NA; Gilbert, DJ; Copeland, NG; MacDonald, CC
      Two distinct forms of the 64,000 M-r protein of the cleavage stimulation factor are expressed in mouse male germ cells

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    41. Rusakova, EE; Tunitskaya, VL; Kochetkov, SN
      T7 RNA polymerase

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    42. Medcalf, L; Poole, E; Elton, D; Digard, P
      Temperature-sensitive lesions in two influenza A viruses defective for replicative transcription disrupt RNA binding by the nucleoprotein

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    43. Hwang, LN; Englund, N; Das, T; Banerjee, AK; Pattnaik, AK
      Optimal replication activity of vesicular stomatitis virus RNA polymerase requires phosphorylation of a residue(s) at carboxy-terminal domain II of its accessory subunit, phosphoprotein P

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    44. Abril, AM; Marco, S; Carrascosa, JL; Salas, M; Hermoso, JM
      Oligomeric structures of the phage O29 histone-like protein p6

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    45. Camacho, A; Salas, M
      Effect of mutations in the "extended -10" motif of three Bacillus subtilissigma(A)-RNA polymerase-dependent promoters

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    46. Tretiakova, A; Steplewski, A; Johnson, EM; Khalili, K; Amini, S
      Regulation of myelin basic protein gene transcription by Sp1 and Pur alpha: Evidence for association of Sp1 and Pur alpha in brain

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    47. Ricci, MS; Toscano, DG; Mattingly, CJ; Toscano, WA
      Estrogen receptor reduces CYP1A1 induction in cultured human endometrial cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    48. Trivedi, A; Young, LS; Ouyang, C; Johnson, DL; Sprague, KU
      A TATA element is required for tRNA promoter activity and confers TATA-binding protein responsiveness in Drosophila Schneider-2 cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    49. Hethke, C; Bergerat, A; Hausner, W; Forterre, P; Thomm, M
      Cell-free transcription at 95 degrees: Thermostability of transcriptional components and DNA topology requirements of pyrococcus transcription

      GENETICS
    50. Spodsberg, N; Troelsen, JT; Carlsson, P; Enerback, S; Sjostrom, H; Noren, O
      Transcriptional regulation of pig lactase-phlorizin hydrolase: Involvementof HNF-1 and FREACs

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    51. Chuang, SS; Banerjee, D; Das, HK
      Purified apolipoprotein B gene regulatory factor-3 is DNA topoisomerase I

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. Biswas, TK
      Nucleotide sequences surrounding the nonanucleotide promoter motif influence the activity of yeast mitochondrial promoter

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    53. Cullinane, C; Mazur, SJ; Essigmann, JM; Phillips, DR; Bohr, VA
      Inhibition of RNA polymerase II transcription in human cell extracts by cisplatin DNA damage

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    54. WALTER R; SIERRA F
      CHANGES IN HEPATIC DNA-BINDING PROTEINS AS A FUNCTION OF AGE IN RATS

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    55. JERMUTUS L; RYABOVA LA; PLUCKTHUN A
      RECENT ADVANCES IN PRODUCING AND SELECTING FUNCTIONAL PROTEINS BY USING CELL-FREE TRANSLATION

      Current opinion in biotechnology
    56. KIM YS; KAWAI A
      STUDIES ON THE ANTIVIRAL MECHANISMS OF PROTEIN-KINASE INHIBITORS K-252A AND KT5926 AGAINST THE REPLICATION OF VESICULAR STOMATITIS-VIRUS

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    57. KOKURA K; NAKADAI T; KISHIMOTO T; MAKINO Y; MURAMATSU M; TAMURA T
      GENE-EXPRESSION IN HEPATOMAS

      Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology
    58. NELSON DW; LINNING RM; DAVISON PJ; HONDA BM
      5'-FLANKING SEQUENCES REQUIRED FOR EFFICIENT TRANSCRIPTION IN-VITRO OF 5S RNA GENES, IN THE RELATED NEMATODES CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS AND CAENORHABDITIS-BRIGGSAE

      Gene
    59. Crucitti, P; Lazaro, JM; Benes, V; Salas, M
      Bacteriophage phi 29 early protein p17 is conditionally required for the first rounds of viral DNA replication

      GENE
    60. OETTEL S; KOBER I; SEIFART KH
      THE ACTIVITY BINDING TO THE TERMINATION REGION OF SEVERAL POL-III GENES REPRESENTS A SEPARATE ENTITY AND IS DISTINCT FROM A NOVEL COMPONENTENHANCING U6 SNRNA TRANSCRIPTION

      Nucleic acids research
    61. SHEPPARD M; WERNER W; MCCOY RJ; JOHNSON MA
      THE MAJOR LATE PROMOTER AND BIPARTITE LEADER SEQUENCE OF FOWL ADENOVIRUS

      Archives of virology
    62. MARILLEY D; ROBYR D; SCHILDPOULTER C; WAHLI W
      REGULATION OF THE VITELLOGENIN GENE B1 PROMOTER AFTER TRANSFER INTO HEPATOCYTES IN PRIMARY CULTURES

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    63. RAGHAVAN A; CHATTERJI D
      GUANOSINE TETRAPHOSPHATE-INDUCED DISSOCIATION OF OPEN COMPLEXES AT THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI RIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN PROMOTERS RPLJ AND RPSA P1 - NANOSECOND DEPOLARIZATION SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES

      Biophysical chemistry
    64. IORIO C; VIALARD JE; MCCRACKEN S; LAGACE M; RICHARDSON CD
      THE LATE EXPRESSION FACTOR-8 AND FACTOR-9 AND POSSIBLY THE PHOSPHOPROTEIN P78 83 OF AUTOGRAPHA-CALIFORNICA MULTICAPSID NUCLEOPOLYHEDROVIRUSARE COMPONENTS OF THE VIRUS-INDUCED RNA-POLYMERASE/

      Intervirology
    65. SCHUSTER C; KROL A; CARBON P
      2 DISTINCT DOMAINS IN STAF TO SELECTIVELY ACTIVATE SMALL NUCLEAR RNA-TYPE AND MESSENGER-RNA PROMOTERS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    66. LAWRENCE PA; PICK L
      HOW DOES THE FUSHI-TARAZU GENE ACTIVATE ENGRAILED IN THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYO

      Developmental genetics
    67. BOYER AS; HALLICK RB
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A SOLUBLE DNA-DEPENDENT CHLOROPLAST RNA-POLYMERASE FROM PISUM-SATIVUM

      PLANT SCIENCE
    68. Yamaguchi, Y; Itoh, Y; Takeda, Y; Yamazaki, K
      TATA sequence requirements for the initiation of transcription for an RNA polymerase II in vitro transcription system from Nicotiana tabacum

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    69. FUNK CJ; HARWOOD SH; ROHRMANN GF
      DIFFERENTIAL STABILITY OF BACULOVIRUS LATE TRANSCRIPTION COMPLEXES DURING INITIATION AND ELONGATION

      Virology
    70. ESTABROOK EM; TSAI J; FALK BW
      IN-VIVO TRANSFER OF BARLEY STRIPE MOSAIC HORDEIVIRUS RIBONUCLEOTIDES TO THE 5' TERMINUS OF MAIZE STRIPE TENUIVIRUS RNAS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    71. GUPTA S; DE BP; DRAZBA JA; BANERJEE AK
      INVOLVEMENT OF ACTIN MICROFILAMENTS IN THE REPLICATION OF HUMAN PARAINFLUENZA VIRUS TYPE-3

      Journal of virology
    72. MANS RMW; KNEBELMORSDORF D
      IN-VITRO TRANSCRIPTION OF PE38 POLYHEDRIN HYBRID PROMOTERS REVEALS SEQUENCES ESSENTIAL FOR RECOGNITION BY THE BACULOVIRUS-INDUCED RNA-POLYMERASE AND FOR THE STRENGTH OF VERY LATE VIRAL PROMOTERS/

      Journal of virology
    73. JIN JP; DONG W; GUARINO LA
      THE LEF-4 SUBUNIT OF BACULOVIRUS RNA-POLYMERASE HAS RNA 5'-TRIPHOSPHATASE AND ATPASE ACTIVITIES

      Journal of virology (Print)
    74. GUARINO LA; XU B; JIN JP; DONG W
      A VIRUS-ENCODED RNA-POLYMERASE PURIFIED FROM BACULOVIRUS-INFECTED CELLS

      Journal of virology
    75. KOBER I; TEICHMANN M; SEIFART KH
      HTFIIIB-BETA STABLY BINDS TO POL-II PROMOTERS AND RECRUITS RNA-POLYMERASE-III IN A HTFIIIC1 DEPENDENT WAY

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    76. BISWAS TK; GETZ GS
      POSITION-SPECIFIC INHIBITION OF YEAST MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPTION BY A POLY(T) SEQUENCE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    77. RATNER JN; BALASUBRAMANIAN B; CORDEN J; WARREN SL; BREGMAN DB
      ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION-INDUCED UBIQUITINATION AND PROTEASOMAL DEGRADATION OF THE LARGE SUBUNIT OF RNA-POLYMERASE-II - IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSCRIPTION-COUPLED DNA-REPAIR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    78. GREGORI C; PORTEU A; LOPEZ S; KAHN A; PICHARD AL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ALDOLASE-B INTRONIC ENHANCER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    79. KOH BT; TAN RBH; YAP MGS
      GENETICALLY STRUCTURED MATHEMATICAL-MODELING OF TRP ATTENUATOR MECHANISM

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    80. GAUTHIER BR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL LIVER-SPECIFIC PROTEIN-DNA BINDING-SITE IN THE HUMAN HMG COA REDUCTASE PROMOTER

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    81. SANTIAGO J; VALLEJO CG
      IDENTIFICATION OF A MITOCHONDRIAL RNA-POLYMERASE IN THE CRUSTACEAN ARTEMIA-FRANCISCANA

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    82. DE BP; DAS T; BANERJEE AK
      ROLE OF CELLULAR KINASES IN THE GENE-EXPRESSION OF NONSEGMENTED NEGATIVE STRAND RNA VIRUSES

      Biological chemistry
    83. EMDE G; FRONTZEK A; BENECKE BJ
      SECONDARY STRUCTURE OF THE NASCENT 7S L RNA MEDIATES EFFICIENT TRANSCRIPTION BY RNA-POLYMERASE-III

      RNA
    84. MARINONI JC; ROSSIGNOL ME; EGLY JM
      PURIFICATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTION REPAIR FACTOR TFIIH AND EVALUATION OF ITS ASSOCIATED ACTIVITIES IN-VITRO/

      Methods
    85. SUGIURA M
      PLANT IN-VITRO TRANSCRIPTION SYSTEMS

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    86. YOKOMORI N; NISHIO K; AIDA K; NEGISHI M
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION BY HNF-4 OF THE STEROID 15-ALPHA-HYDROXYLASE P450 (CYP2A-4) GENE IN MOUSE-LIVER

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    87. FOUSSARD M; GARNERONE AM; NI F; SOUPENE E; BOISTARD P; BATUT J
      NEGATIVE AUTOREGULATION OF THE RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI FIXK GENE IS INDIRECT AND REQUIRES A NEWLY IDENTIFIED REGULATOR, FIXT

      Molecular microbiology
    88. BAGGA R; EMERSON BM
      AN HMG I Y-CONTAINING REPRESSOR COMPLEX AND SUPERCOILED DNA TOPOLOGY ARE CRITICAL FOR LONG-RANGE ENHANCER-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTION IN-VITRO/

      Genes & development
    89. CHO EJ; TAKAGI T; MOORE CR; BURATOWSKI S
      MESSENGER-RNA CAPPING ENZYME IS RECRUITED TO THE TRANSCRIPTION COMPLEX BY PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE RNA-POLYMERASE-II CARBOXY-TERMINAL DOMAIN

      Genes & development
    90. BULLA GA
      SELECTIVE LOSS OF THE HEPATIC PHENOTYPE DUE TO THE ABSENCE OF A TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION PATHWAY

      Somatic cell and molecular genetics
    91. MURALIDHARAN V; TRETIAKOVA A; STEPLEWSKI A; HAAS S; AMINI S; JOHNSON E; KHALILI K
      EVIDENCE FOR INHIBITION OF MYEF-2 BINDING TO MBP-PROMOTER BY MEF-1 PUR-ALPHA/

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    92. HA H; VANWIJNEN AJ; HECHT NB
      TISSUE-SPECIFIC PROTEIN-DNA INTERACTIONS OF THE MOUSE PROTAMINE-2 GENE PROMOTER

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    93. CASTANO E; VOROJEIKINA DP; NOTIDES AC
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF SERINE-167 ON THE HUMAN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR IS IMPORTANT FOR ESTROGEN RESPONSE ELEMENT-BINDING AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION

      Biochemical journal
    94. SCHWEIZERGROYER G; CADEPOND F; JIBARD N; NEAU E; SEGARDMAUREL I; BAULIEU EE; GROYER A
      STIMULATION OF TRANSCRIPTION IN-VITRO FROM A LIVER-SPECIFIC PROMOTER BY HUMAN GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR (HGR-ALPHA)

      Biochemical journal
    95. YAN M; GRALLA JD
      MULTIPLE ATP-DEPENDENT STEPS IN RNA-POLYMERASE-II PROMOTER MELTING AND INITIATION

      EMBO journal
    96. ELIASARNANZ M; SALAS M
      BACTERIOPHAGE-PHI-29 DNA-REPLICATION ARREST CAUSED BY CODIRECTIONAL COLLISIONS WITH THE TRANSCRIPTION MACHINERY

      EMBO journal
    97. HIGGY NA; TARNASKY HA; VALARCHE I; NEPVEU A; VANDERHOORN FA
      CUX CDP HOMEODOMAIN PROTEIN BINDS TO AN ENHANCER IN THE RAT C-MOS LOCUS AND REPRESSES ITS ACTIVITY/

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    98. CHEN JL; DAS T; BANERJEE AK
      PHOSPHORYLATED STATES OF VESICULAR STOMATITIS-VIRUS P-PROTEIN IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      Virology
    99. SCHNEIDER WL; GREENE AE; ALLISON RF
      THE CARBOXY-TERMINAL 2-3RDS OF THE COWPEA CHLOROTIC MOTTLE BROMOVIRUSCAPSID PROTEIN IS INCAPABLE OF VIRION FORMATION YET SUPPORTS SYSTEMICMOVEMENT

      Journal of virology
    100. LEE Y; WONG WM; GUYER D; ERKINE AM; NAZAR RN
      IN-VIVO ANALYSES OF UPSTREAM PROMOTER SEQUENCE ELEMENTS IN THE 5-S RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE FROM SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Journal of Molecular Biology


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